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The state or quality of producing something, esp. crops,
  1. The state or quality of producing something, esp. crops
    • - the long-term productivity of land
    • - agricultural productivity
  2. The effectiveness of productive effort, esp. in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input
    • - workers have boosted productivity by 30 percent
  3. The rate of production of new biomass by an individual, population, or community; the fertility or capacity of a given habitat or area
    • - nutrient-rich waters with high productivity

  1. productiveness: the quality of being productive or having the power to produce
  2. (economics) the ratio of the quantity and quality of units produced to the labor per unit of time
  3. (productive) producing or capable of producing (especially abundantly); "productive farmland"; "his productive years"; "a productive collaboration"
  4. (productive) generative: having the ability to produce or originate; "generative power"; "generative forces"
  5. (productive) yielding positive results
  6. Productivity is a measure of output from a production process, per unit of input. For example, labor productivity is typically measured as a ratio of output per labor-hour, an input. Productivity may be conceived of as a metric of the technical or engineering efficiency of production. ...
  7. In ecology, productivity or production refers to the rate of generation of biomass in an ecosystem. It is usually expressed in units of mass per unit surface (or volume) per unit time, for instance grams per square metre per day. ...
  8. In linguistics, productivity is the degree to which native speakers use a particular grammatical process, especially in word formation. ...
  9. the state of being productive, fertile or efficient; the rate at which goods or services are produced by a standard population of workers; the rate at which crops are grown on a standard area of land
  10. (productive) Capable of producing something, especially in abundance; fertile; yielding good or useful results; constructive; Of, or relating to the creation of goods or services; consistently applicable to any of an open set of words
  11. (Productive) which represents the abdomen. (Workers) — the labourers, carpenters, plumbers, masons, merchants, farmers, ranchers, etc. These correspond to the "appetite" part of the soul.
  12. (Productive) A term used to describe a soil that has the capacity to grow an abundance of crops.
  13. (Productive) Said of a feature or rule that can be employed in novel combinations or circumstances, rather than being restricted to a fixed list. In the Unicode Standard, combining marks—particularly the accents—are productive. In contrast, variation selectors are deliberately not productive. ...
  14. (Productive) The company has found a practice that has succeeded in improving the productivity of the company. (Result)
  15. (productive) A form-class which is continuing to add to its membership through analogy or neologism: the -ar verb conjugation of Spanish may be described as productive because many new verbs (eg formatear, privatizar) are constantly being added to it. ...
  16. An economic indicator that measures the output per hour of work for non-farm business production. Can be used in conjunction with the rate of change in GAP to determine whether economic growth is likely to be inflationary. ...
  17. An overall measure based on a quantity of output generated by a given quantity of input. Increased output as a result of the same amount of input such as labor hours) indicates more efficient use of a given set of resources due to process improvements or other achievements.
  18. The primary definition here is annual dollar value of shipments per employee.
  19. The rate of production, often measured in cases per labor hour. Whole-salers measure productivity to assess labor and operating expenses.
  20. Productivity is a measure of economic efficiency which shows how effectively economic inputs are converted into output. Productivity is measured by comparing the amount of goods and services produced with the inputs which were used in production. ...
  21. A measure of scheduling efficiency.
  22. The overall output of goods and services produced, divided by the inputs needed to generate that output.
  23. Ratio of output to input.
  24. The value added as a result of worker or company activity. For example, if a company buys a raw material (steel) for $1 million and fashions it into machinery sold for $2.5 million, the productivity is $1.5 million. The term productivity usually measures the value of a company's workers. ...
  25. The amount of biological material useful to humans that is generated in a given area. In agriculture, productivity is called yield.